Extremely limited face-to-face gatherings until further notice.
See “A few words concerning worship” below
Worship with us online!
Weekly bulletin/Order of Worship and Prayers may be found here…
Click here to view a video that shows step-by-step how you can setup your account and create your first offering!
A few words concerning worship
Communion: We love sharing communion with you but Good Shepherd Folks, it’s cold outside! This means that we will not be holding services in our parking lot!! If you would like to have several months of communion elements delivered to you, please contact Robert Gurtcheff at (215) 378-0026, Jeannette Cartwright at (215) 539-7716, or Pastor Brown at (215) 632-1929. That way, we can get elements to you by the first Sunday in January.
If you want to join us in the sanctuary, we need to know that you are coming. The Bishop has told us to keep our numbers at 15 or less. Therefore, we ask that you contact Robert Gurtcheff at (215) 378-0026, Jeannette Cartwright at (215) 539-7716, or Pastor Brown at (215) 632-1929. If you let us know ahead of time, we can make sure that you have a spot on a dot!
If you have JOYS or CONCERNS, please contact Betty McLaughlin at 215-947-3317 or send an email to Joyce Cartwright at . If you have an announcement, please contact Jeannette at (215) 539-7716.
We look forward to seeing you online each and every Sunday at 10:30AM. You are a blessing to Good Shepherd!!
In Christ’s Love,
Jeannette Cartwright, Christ Servant Minister
Chairman, Worship Committee
Online Tools for Ministry coming March 13
Register online at
08:40 AM Plenary
Including opening Devotions with Bishop Peggy Johnson, Text to Give Offering opportunity with proceeds going to Antiracism POWER Organization, Philadelphia
09:00 AM Session A Workshops
10:30 AM Break
10:45 AM Session B Workshops
Both Session A and B
- Identifying Resources for Ministry, Part I & II
- Mission Rift Leading Your Church Through Conflict
Toward Missional Multiplication
- Orientation to Ministry
Workshops for Session A
- Adaptive Leadership: Building an Adaptive, Itera-
tive Leadership Model Grounded in Faith
- A Renewed Emphasis on Evangelism for the 21st
- Building Community Partnerships
- Church Marketing for Beginners
- Fundraising for Special Projects
- Make us one Lord: A moderated conversation on
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion within the United
- Part-Time is Plenty: Changing Mindsets
- Prison Ministry and Restorative Justice: Hearing
- Seven Things John Wesley Expected Us to Do
- Tax Issues Faced by Churches, Preschools and
- The Work of the Staff/Pastor Parish Committee
- When You SEE White Supremacy, How to USE
Your White Voice
- Engaging the Whole Congregation
- Casting Your Net in the Sea of Gen-Z/Lanzando la
Red en el mar de Gen-Z
Workshops for Session B
- A Time To Be Born And A Time To Die
- Advanced Church Marketing & Communications
- Christopher Columbus: It’s Time to Know the
Truth! Helping your church to learn the true story
of Indigenous People
- Effective Church Audits
- Enthusiastic Evangelism in Today’s Society
- Getting Out While Staying In: Volunteers in Mis-
sion COVID Edition
- Intercultural Competency
- Justice for Our Neighbors: Supporting and Volun-
teering with Immigrant Legal Ministry
- Life on Life Discipleship
- More than a large print bulletin and a ramp: How
to Serve with People of All Abilities
- Part-Time is Plenty: Design to Thrive
- Sexual Misconduct in the Church
- The Church Responds to Addiction
- The Ministry of Being a Local Church Trustee
- Vital Contemporary Worship
- Youth Group Lessons from the Pandemic: Find-
ing the Light in the Darkness: Transforming Youth
Group in 2021 and Beyond!
- Ministerio de Niños en Tiempo de Pandemia/Min-
istry of Children in Time of Pandemic
Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network
Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network (PIHN) seeks to end family homelessness in Philadelphia by mobilizing congregational volunteers and community resources to meet neighbors emergency needs (shelter, food, and clothing); and by providing continued guidance and support to achieve self-sufficiency in affordable housing.
PIHN promotes lasting solutions to homelessness by building relationships between caring volunteers and families who are homeless; and by advocating for public policies that support employment, access to education, and affordable housing opportunities.
PIHN has received funding to prevent homelessness before it begins through the Eviction Prevention & Relocation Assistance Program. This program provides funding to assist families to stay in their current housing and prevent eviction as well as funds to assist families who are already displaced with rental deposits.
Visit the PIHN website to learn more.
Claim your Tax Credit and Refund for FREE!
If your 2020 household income is less than $55,000 Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network (PIHN) will help you file your Federal and State Income Tax Returns through the Campaign for Working Families.
Beginning Febuary 1st, 2021
Wednesdays: 11am – 6pm
Thursdays: 11am – 3pm
Saturdays: 11am – 2pm
(In PIHN’s Northwest Office!)
Tuesdays: 2pm – 6pm
(In PIHN’s Northeast Office!)
Click here for more information from PIHN!
Wednesday night Prayer & Fellowship is in recess until further notice.
When services and activities are resumed, please consider joining us for PRAYER & FELLOWSHIP in The Upper Room on Wednesdays in the sanctuary from 6:00 to 7:00 PM.
It is an Essential Appointment.
Wednesday afternoon Bible study is in recess until further notice.